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Malaga

As capital of the Costa del Sol and second biggest city in Andalusia, Malaga has a lot to offer visitors. Its mild climate assures warm summers and pleasant winters, with only a few days of rain.

Some of the best sites of Malaga include the Cathedral, whose building started in the late 15th century, or the recently opened Picasso Museum, with a permanent exhibition of more than 200 paintings, drawings, sculptures and ceramics illuminating his long and prolific career, from his first acedemic studies to his later paintings in the 1970s. Alternatively, you can visit the house where Picasso was born and spent the first few years of his childhood.

Other historical places in Malaga include the Alzacaba and Gibralfaro Castles dating from the Muslim occupation of Andalusia (from 711 to 1487 A.D.) when Malaga was one of the most important towns of the region.

Then round off the day by strolling though the winding streets of the old town, stopping for a glass of Malaga wine at one of the many Tapas Bars and practising your Spanish with the locals.

Malaga Features:

  • Inhabitants; aprox. 650.000
  • Average temperature in winter: 16 ºC
  • Average temperature in summer: 28 ºC

Most important monuments:

  • Malaga Cathedral
  • Picasso Museum
  • Picasso's birth place
  • Alcazaba Castle
  • Gibralfaro Castle
  • Roman Theatre
  • Paseo de Parque
  • Bishop's palace
  • CAC modern arts museum
  • Botanical gardens
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Free Malaga Guide (PDF)

Malaga Centre Map (PDF)

Malaga Foto Gallery

 

Malaga townhall seen from the Gibralfaro castle

Malaga has been the home to many civilations; Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs.

Palm trees and 3.000 years of culture in the moorish castle (Alcazaba) in the centre of Malaga

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